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1. to move unsteadily; totter
2. to shake or tremble, as from age
[C17: variant of earlier dadder; related to Norwegian dudra to tremble]ˈdodderer n ˈdoddery adj
1. (Plants) any rootless parasitic plant of the convolvulaceous genus Cuscuta, lacking chlorophyll and having slender twining stems with suckers for drawing nourishment from the host plant, scalelike leaves, and whitish flowers
[C13: of Germanic origin; related to Middle Dutch, Middle Low German dodder, Middle High German toter]
dod•der1 (ˈdɒd ər)
to shake; tremble; totter.
dod′der•er, n.dod•der2 (ˈdɒd ər)
a leafless parasitic plant, Cuscutagronovii, of the morning glory family, having clusters of tiny white flowers on orange-yellow, twining stems.
[1225–75; Middle English doder]
Past participle: doddered
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Byline: SAM HAMILTON AN investigation is under way after 500 dead fish were discovered in the River Dodder in Dublin.
99) ** Meryl Streep won an Oscar playing the former PM whom we first meet in the present day as Margaret Thatcher dodders unnoticed into a corner shop for a pint of milk, having given her minders the slip.
The rivers Liffey, Dodder and Camac all burst their banks at various locations in Dublin and surrounding areas.
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